How I Went from Weak as a Kitten to Super Strong
Deadlifting 505 lbs, Freestanding Handstand Pushups,
Juggling 40 kg Kettlebells, Crazy Feats of Strength and More,
All While Staying Lean and Relatively Small
My popular book is your roadmap to do the same.
I’m naturally lean. But I’m not naturally strong. It’s how I train that keeps me getting stronger without adding more size to my frame.
For years people have been asking me how I do all that I do so I sat down to write this book to cover everything that I do.
No one wants to look like the bloated bodybuilders of today. Let’s face it, you’d have to be a little bit crazy to want that. Unfortunately, for the average person that’s what they associate with strength. Big muscles. But that’s not the truth…
The size of your muscles is just one factor in how strong you are, and its not even the most important factor.
When it comes to Strength there are 5 Factors More Important than Muscle Size
Just look at almost all of the oldtime strongmen. Sure there were a few giants like Cyr but the majority of them were not. With their clothes, you wouldn’t necessarily assume you’re standing next to the strongest people on the planet with guys like Saxon, Maxick, Klein or Zass.
It was the Mighty Atom that originally inspired me. At about 140 lbs. he certainly wasn’t the most imposing figure. But what he could do was almost unbelievable.
So their training methods became mine…along with the recent and most advanced information I could fine. The best of the ancient and the new all put together.
Become Freakishly Strong without Looking Like a Freak
This book gives you everything I could possibly tell you to help you become stronger without packing on size. In it I deliver 25 Deceptive Strength Key Concepts that will give you this exact result.
Here’s just some of what you’ll find inside:
- Are you up for the Warren Lincoln Travis Challenge? (pg 8)
- How the Average Perception of Strength is Completely WRONG (pg 11)
- 9 Attributes of Athleticism and How to Train them All (pg 14)
- Why Most People are Focusing on the WRONG thing…These 4 Areas are More Important than Muscle (pg 14)
- How Pat Povilaitis survived a trap capable of snapping femur bones, without a scratch (pg 15)
- The 3 Body Types and How to Train with Your Genetics and Against them (pg 16)
- Lack this Critical Factor and You Won’t Get Anywhere (pg 20)
- The Only 3 Key Factors of Progressive Strength Training You MUST Know (pg 22)
- How to Reverse Engineer what Makes People Big…and Do the Opposite (pg 23)
- Arnold Schwarzeneggar’s Favorite Thing and Why It Can’t Be Yours (pg 24)
- How to Trigger Two Types of Hypertrophy (pg 26)
- The #1 Focus of Your Training for Strength without Size (pg 27)
- How _____ and _____ Trump Muscle Mass for More Strength (pg 28)
- Overtraining is Good for You?!? (pg 30)
- Avoiding Bodybuilding Splits (pg 31)
- The Magic of Body Signaling (pg 34)
- Increasing the Quality of Your Foods with these Experiments (pg 38)
- Drinks to Avoid and Drinks to Take (pg 39)
- Tips on Nutrient Timing (pg 40)
- A More Natural Method of Eating that Also Frees Your Time and Life (pg 41)
- Strip Away Excess Weight by Doing These (pg 43)
- My Value System as it relates to Health and Strength (pg 44)
- Outside the Box Exercise Selection (pg 52)
- What Skill-Strength is and How to Use it (pg 53)
- Follow these 2 Rules of Thumb for Your Regular Training (pg 54)
- How One Hand Trumps Two with This Tool (pg 85)
- Make Sure to Use These 3 Training Methods for Huge Jumps in Strength (pg 99)
- Why Leverage Tools are Your New Best Friend [including my New Favorite Lift] (pg 117)
- The Often Neglected but Critical Part of Your Body to Train for Super Strength (pg 125)
In addition you’ll find…
50 Exercises and 20 Workouts
There’s also one section in this book that is a bit of a bonus. If you’re looking to make a name for yourself you need to read this.
3 Huge Factors in Becoming One of the World’s Strongest Men
Note: Some may feel like they’re cheating when they do these but they’re 100% legal and ethical. It’s some cool stuff I’ve never heard other people speak about…
This book totals over 140 pages.
The book gives a great overview of how you train to achieve what you can do. I really like the way you go about training
and i have a similar background (not naturally athletic or strong and ‘hard gainer’) and goals (becoming much stronger than I look).
So this book is very useful to me. I think it is a great value and probably the place to start for people wanting to learn from you.
– Willem-Jan Wollants